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Orang Minyak Ditangkap <b>Di Kuala Berang</b> Terengganu...

Posted: 27 Sep 2013 10:11 AM PDT



Seorang lelaki dipercayai ada hubung kait dengan kes serangan 'orang minyak' yang berlaku di sekitar Bukit Payung dan Padang Midin, Kuala Terengganu diberkas di persimpangan jalan Kampung Machang Lada, di sini, semalam. 

Lelaki berusia 42 tahun disyaki kurang siuman itu ditahan sekumpulan ahli Rakan Muda (Crime Awareness Team) selepas didapati berkeliaran dalam keadaan separuh bogel di persimpangan jalan berkenaan. 

Sebelum diberkas kira-kira jam 2.45 pagi, ahli Rakan Muda terbabit diketuai jurulatihnya, Mohd Sukri Embong, 45, terserempak dengan lelaki berkenaan ketika membuat rondaan.-f/bk

UMNO jawab,itu persepsi semata2.Cuma 5% rakyat Malaysia yang terlibat dengan rasuah. 
5% itu terdiri daripada pemimpin dan penyangak2 UMNO...

Malaysia antara negara tertinggi amal rasuah, menurut kajian...
Malaysia disenaraikan sebagai salah sebuah negara yang kerap mengamalkan rasuah dan mengambil jalan pintas bagi mencapai sesuatu sasaran sewaktu dalam kegawatan ekonomi, kata satu kajian baru-baru ini.

Kajian yang dibuat Ernst & Young itu sekali gus menunjukkan Unit Penyampaian dan Pengurusan Prestasi (Pemandu) kerajaan gagal dalam peranannya mentransformasikan bidang ekonomi.

Malaysia dan China berada pada paras teratas dalam skala rasuah menurut penemuan terbaru Laporan Kajian Penipuan Asia Pasifik 2013. Kajian itu dijalankan kepada 681 eksekutif di China, Singapura, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia dan Korea Selatan.


Separuh daripada eksekutif itu berpendapat China, Indonesia, Malaysia dan Vietnam paling banyak terlibat dalam rasuah.

Eksekutif yang terlibat dalam kajian ini mempunyai latar belakang  dalam sektor industri, perbankan, peruncitan dan sumber asli.

"Kegiatan penipuan mencatatkan peningkatan dan hal ini tidak berkait di antara polisi ditetapkan dengan pematuhan polisi itu,"kata rakan pengurusan dalam laporan tersebut, Chris Fordham.

Kira-kira 39 peratus mendapati rasuah diamalkan secara meluas di Malaysia, dua kali ganda daripada purata Asia Pasifik iaitu sebanyak 21 peratus.


Malah, 29 peratus responden mendapati rasuah yang diamalkan di sini meningkat berikutan keadaan ekonomi yang semakin mendesak dan peningkatan dalam persaingan yang merupakan negara ketiga tertinggi dalam kajian itu.

Laporan itu mendapati sewaktu negara di Asia mengenengahkan polisi anti rasuahnya, pendekatan itu tidak dilaksanakan dengan berkesan.

Kira-kira 40 peratus responden mendedahkan syarikat mereka mempunyai etika anti rasuah dan 35 peratus lagi mengesahkan pegawai atasan mereka menyatakan komitmen terhadap polisi tersebut.


"Kajian juga mendapati risiko rasuah meningkat dalam pasaran negara membangun disebabkan kawalan persekitaran lemah dalam pelaksanaan polisi yang berbeza dengan kerangka kerja pematuhan global," katanya.

Kajian berkenaan turut menunjukkan empat peratus responden bersetuju atau sangat bersetuju di mana bukan sesuatu yang salah menawarkan ganjaran wang dalam perniagaan.

Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak (gambar) membentangkan enam Bidang Keberhasilan Utama Negara (NKRA) yang salah satunya mengurangkan amalan rasuah.-malaysian insider


DAP's Sunday elections are on as court throws out suit...

DAP will hold the re-election of its central executive committee (CEC) on Sunday, with the High Court in Kuala Lumpur today allowing the party's application to strike out a suit challenging the election.

NONEJudge Rosnaini Saub ruled that the court has no jurisdiction to challenge the party's decision in made in compliance with the party constitution, and thus the application by DAO and its chairperson Karpal Singh was allowed. Costs of RM5,000 were also ordered.

Among party leaders present in the packed courtroom were its adviser Lim Kit Siang, secretary-general Lim Guan Eng and also saw DAP elected representatives.

Former DAP Ladang Paroi branch vice-chairperson David Dass, who was sacked by the party in July, had filed the suit challenging the CEC re-election.

In his suit, Dass stated that the party should inform members 10 weeks before holding party elections, and he had named Guan Eng and the DAP as defendants.

NONEKarpal Singh in the application to strike out Dass' suit argued that Section 18 of the Societies Act 1966 bars any party member from challenging decisions made by the party.

Justice Rosnaini ruled that Dass' claim as not sustainable and thus dismissed his suit simultaneously.

According to Section 18C of the Societies Act 1966, she said, decisions made by a political party on matters relating to its affairs shall be final and cannot be challenged.

She added that DAP can call a special congress for the purpose of electing a new CEC, as stated in the First Schedule of the party constitution.

However, Rosnaini said, it was up to the Registrar of Societies (ROS), not the court, to decide if a re-election was in compliance with ROS requirements.

Outside the courtroom, Karpal said he was relieved to have a sound decision from the court.

Meanwhile, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng urged ROS director Abdul Rahman Othman to resign for not knowing the regulations well.

"He (Rahman) had once told the press that special congress was not allowed to called for a re-election, that only the national congress can.

"He is not qualified to hold the post," Lim lamented.-malaysiakini

Mahkamah benar DAP teruskan pemilihan CEC...

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